A collection of sixteen original essays celebrating the career of Professor Emerita Ann Dooley of the University of Toronto’s Centre for Medieval Studies and Celtic Studies Program. Co-edited with Joanne Findon and Westley Follett.
Published by Four Courts Press, Dublin (2013).
Frontispiece portrait: John Reeves†
From the jacket: This book celebrates the career of Ann Dooley, one of Canada’s most eminent Celtic medievalists. Dooley’s colleagues at the University of Toronto, her former doctoral students and some of the most prominent scholars in medieval Celtic studies honour her work with sixteen original essays reflecting her teaching and interests: early Irish and Welsh literature and history, literary theory and feminist approaches to medieval Celtic literature.
Contributors: James Acken (University of Victoria, Canada), John Carey (University College Cork, Ireland), Anne Connon (Ohio Dominican University, USA), Joanne Findon (Trent University, Canada), Westley Follett (University of Southern Mississippi, USA), Patrick K. Ford (Harvard University, USA), Michael W. Herren (York University, Canada), Karen Jankulak (University of Wales Trinity Saint David, UK), David N. Klausner (University of Toronto, Canada), Brent Miles (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland), Connell Monette (Al Akhawayn University, Morocco), Tomás Ó Cathasaigh (Harvard University, USA), Dáibhí Ó Cróinín (National University of Ireland, Galway), Pádraig Ó Riain (University College Cork, Ireland), Harry Roe (University of Toronto, Canada), Sarah Sheehan (Toronto, Canada).
Cover: Anú Design | Image: Oisín Kelly, The Children of Lir